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Beckett pushed back again

Inflammation in elbow cited

Kevin Youkilis tosses his bat after getting thrown off by a pitch in the fifth inning; the first baseman struck out looking. Kevin Youkilis tosses his bat after getting thrown off by a pitch in the fifth inning; the first baseman struck out looking. (Frank Gunn/CP/Associated Press)
By Amalie Benjamin
Globe Staff / August 24, 2008

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TORONTO - Having already pushed Josh Beckett back from yesterday's start to Tuesday, the Red Sox again pushed back their ace because of the right hand tingling and numbness that first surfaced a week ago. Beckett, who felt the symptoms again two days ago when he threw for the first time since last Sunday, is now on track to start ... (Full article: 961 words)

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